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Housing Relief Efforts in Effect

In a recent announcement, the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York reported the second highest annual award amount in the bank’s Affordable Housing Program history—which will result in creation or rehabilitation of nearly 2,900 housing units.

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Bipartisan Compromise

The United States Senate Committee on Finance recently held a full committee hearing to discuss ways to increase access for affordable housing across the country; the hearing is part of the committee’s larger endeavor to reform the tax code.

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Feds Need to Prepare for Senior Housing Boom

By 2030, a full 20 percent of the American population will be at least 65 years old. The bad news is that a large percentage of that population will not be financially prepared to fund their retirements and age in their own homes, and the government needs to start fixing the problem now.

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